|Single by Yuna Ito|
|from the album Dream|
|B-side||"Brand New World"|
|Released||March 4, 2009|
|Yuna Ito singles chronology|
Trust You is the thirteenth Japanese-language single by American pop singer Yuna Ito. The title song, "Trust You" is the theme to Japanese anime Mobile Suit Gundam 00 season 2, while "Brand New World" was used as a tie-up song for the Commercial of Hawkins Sport.
In its first week, the single sold 27,254 copies, making it the third highest selling first week single sales by Ito as of March 2009, behind Endless Story and Precious. "Trust You" is Ito's first Top 5 single since the release of her previous single Mahaloha in June 2007. "Trust You" also gave Ito her highest first-week sales since 2006's Precious.
|2.||"Brand New World"||Shunsuke Minami||Shunsuke Minami||4:30|
|3.||"Koi wa Groovyx2: DJ-Passion More Passion Remix (恋はgroovy×2-dj-passion More Passion Remix-, lit. Love Is Groovy Groovy)"||Kenn Kato||Minami Shunsuke||3:42|
|4.||"Trust You: Gundam 00 Ver." (Limited Edition only)||Markie||Markie||1:33|
|5.||"Trust You (Instrumental)"||Markie||Markie||5:20|
|Chart||Peak Position||Sales Total||Chart Run|
|Oricon Daily Chart||4||9 weeks|
|Oricon Weekly Chart||5||27,254|
|Oricon Monthly Chart||20||41,866|
|Oricon Yearly Chart||45,682|
|Japan Hot 100||20|
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